Bay County Audubon Society   
                P.O. Box 1182
                   Panama City, Florida  32402

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Monday, March 12, 7:00 PM at the Science and Discovery Center of Northwest Florida. (308 Airport Road, Panama City, FL)

Dara Dobson will present the program:

“Creating a Bird and Wildlife Friendly Landscape with Florida Native Plants”

Dara Dobson has been a Walton County Master Gardener since 2002. She has a deep love for native plants and wildflowers, she is a strong advocate for using native plants in our landscapes to support our insect pollinators, birds and wildlife. She is a member of the Florida Native Plant Society, the Wildflower Foundation and Audubon. Dara and her husband Lloyd own and operate 7 Pines Native Plant Nursery in DeFuniak Springs. The nursery is a labor of love, it centers around helping the public make good choices for the environment and having the plant species available to obtain here in north Florida.

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2017-18 BCAS Annual Program Brochure
Wed, Mar 14 Bird Walk at the Panama City Beach Conservation Park. We will be visiting different trails and possibly identify early spring migrants. Binoculars will be provided. Meet in the Park parking lot at 7:30 a.m.

Sat, Mar 24 Falling Waters State Park This small park has lots to offer for bird and plant enthusiasts. We will be joined by the Sweetwater Native Plant Society to help us identify lots of plants and wildflowers. We should get good looks at Bachman’s Sparrow and other woodland species and some migrants. The park is known for one of Florida’s only waterfalls, which disappears into a deep sinkhole. Meet at the Panama City Mall Parking lot at 7:00 a.m. Call Ron Houser at 763-7485 for details.

April 13-15 A two-night stay on Dauphin Island, Alabama during the height of Spring migration. This is one of the best sites to see migrating birds as they arrive from their trip across the Gulf. We will also take the ferry across Mobile Bay to Ft. Morgan, another hot spot for migrating birds. Call Ron Houser for details at 763-7485.

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